You have to beat one infamously bad game

SushiJaguar

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Ugh. Definitely D&D's most infamous campaign: Tomb of Horrors. If you've not heard of it, imagine Ikaruga or any other bullet hell game. Then make it medieval with magic and traps everywhere.

I had a character, level fifteen or so (out of twenty) get the flesh melted from his skull along with his helmet for LOOKING AROUND A CORNER.
 

TheAnimal92

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i'm gonna have to pick rogue galaxy. the combat was good fun but the story was without a doubt the worst story in a game i have every witnessed. (considering the history of stories in video games that's saying quite a lot.) at least i can skip the cutscenes and put some music over the top or am i not allowed to do that?
 

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Here are some games I might consider:
-Sonic the Hedgehog '06 (at least it isn't very long)
-Duke Nukem Forever (ditto)
-Deus Ex: Invisible War (have played both other DXs, but I can probably distance myself from them...)
-Devil May Cry 4 (repetitive and Nero=Raiden, but I have no fanboyism for DMC and a very high boredom threshold)
-Dragon Age 2 (never played the first, so...)
-E.T. for Atari 2600 (technically, has no end)
-Faces of Evil/Wand of Gamelon (if I was allowed to record all the cutscenes for making Youtube Poop later)
 

Spider RedNight

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-sob- Alright, but promise me I can at least listen to "Kiss From a Rose" while playing Batman Forever on the SNES.
 

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snowplow said:
Oh god this is horrible, its like asking what kind of torture method you'd prefer.

I guess I'd go with Big Rigs, because it doesn't completely destroy my soul.
Gah, ninja'd!

In a way Big Rigs is the only game that's so bad, it's good.

YOU'RE WINNER!
 

Scrustle

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leet_x1337 said:
-Sonic the Hedgehog '06 (at least it isn't very long)
How the hell did you manage that? I found the game totally impossible! I never even got to the Shadow levels, which was the bit I most wanted to play!

OT: Fable 2. At first I didn't really realise how bad it was, but as time I went on i noticed how frustrating and disappointing it was. Then when I experienced the terrible ending it dawned on me how much I actually hated the whole thing.
 

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I already finished the original bubsy on super nintendo, does that dispense me from further torturing myself?

And if any of you think i would try bubsy 3d... No way in hell, i've seen better men then me reduced to gibbering wrecks over that game.
 

Michael Hirst

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Devil May Cry 2. It really was the worst the series ever came out with but I still got through it as Dante despite it being slow as shit with very few and boring combos to perform.
 

BishopofAges

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So... you're asking me if I played through Obscure: The Aftermath? Yes I did, was it bad? Yes, as a horror game it made me laugh with its crappy voice acting and gameplay, which took leaps and bounds between childs play and frekking hard. No I didn't beat it, was too bored and pissed at it to a point.

I already beat a difficult game (some people rate a game as bad based on difficulty), The Legend of Zelda II: Adventures of Link, and that game was a bastard. I felt I HAD to beat it, or risk having my 'Zelda Nerd' card revoked.
 

Drakos.Amatras

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I assume you haven't heard of Super Sentai Battle - Ranger Cross [http://www.siliconera.com/2011/10/02/super-sentai-battle-ranger-cross-playtest-packed-with-rangers-and-modes/]. Be very glad.
 

Nietz

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I'm going to pick B.o.s, or "Bet on soldier". It got very low review scores and is quite the buggy mess, but I love it so. I have suck a weird love for that game and it's predecessor Iron Storm. Both games are quite broken, but I love the setting oh-so-much.
 

Pearwood

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I guess I'd pick Skyrim. I can put up with mind blowingly stupid How to Train Your Dragon fanfic, I can put up with that I guess.


But seriously I'd say one of those really hard but on the whole well made platformers of days gone by like Zelda 2 or something.
 

NeonWraith

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Errm, I'm not entirely sure on the name, but that Vincent Valentine game...Dirge Of Cerberus, I think it was?

That.
 

Captain-Giggles

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Vampire Rain. I challenge anyone to beat that game without throwing the controller at the screen. Gamefaqs doesn't even have a guides for it, and every single achievement is for online play so you're not even expected to play the single player as far as the game's concerned.
 

HoradricNoob

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First: Dirge of Cerberus was awesome.

Second: Vampire Hunter D- terrible game, but I was hooked on the Dunpeal.
 

Assassin Xaero

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Game that other people see as bad games? The hell, I choose Dirge of Cerberus. I have yet to see someone else that liked it, but I loved that game. Same with Duke Nukem Forever.

... Wait...

HoradricNoob said:
First: Dirge of Cerberus was awesome.
Ok, I stand corrected, there is another person that liked it.


If it has to be a horrible game I didn't like, probably one of the post-World at War Call of Duty's. At least they are short and stuff will blow up.
 

JKain

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I already beat "Shaq Fu" over 15years ago.

Don't You Dare Me to beat it again!....
Seriously.....Please don't!